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Welcome to SOLIDARITY STREET GALLERY 2021, our second edition of this one-of-a-kind art and cultural festival along Payne Avenue on the East Side of St. Paul.  This year, our focus is centered on INDIGENEOUS SOVEREIGNTY AND ENVIRONEMNTAL JUSTICE.  The festival brings together artists, performers, poets, entrepreneurs, local businesses, civic leaders, community organizations, neighbors and visitors through curated art exhibits, music & other performance arts, interactive activities for all ages, and an eco-park that highlights local Native sites and environmental innovations. The festival seeks to not only call attention to Native sacred sites, history, and traditions, but also explore modern culture and contemporary identity of Dakota, Ojibway, and other local Native people.

The SOLIDARITY STREET GALLERY 2021 event is family friendly, and free and open to all.  We have something unique, entertaining and educational to offer for everyone.  Please join us!


Visual Arts

Visual arts are at the core of our festival.  We are offering several ways for visual artists from a broad range of backgrounds and experience levels to connect with the community, and share their vision and ideas.


Performing Arts

Three evenings of musical entertainment, covering a broad range of musical styles, including many top-name Native performers.  A poet and writers night on Friday.  Outdoor stages  at York and Payne.


Eco-Park fair

Over a dozen organizations and businesses, presenting solutions and initiatives to sustainable environmental stewardship and preservation of traditional lands and sacred sites

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Community Activities

Educational and entertaining activities for everyone.  From children to grown-ups.  Bring your entire family!

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